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Liberty Lake: Finding Pollution Problems to Solve

Publication number Date Published
10-10-016March 2010
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Author(s) Ted Hamlin
Description During the startup of the Urban Waters Initiative in Ecology’s Eastern Regional Office, a pilot study was conducted around Liberty Lake to test sampling methods and procedures. The pilot study discovered problems that are now being resolved through cooperation between Ecology, the Spokane county Stormwater Department, and the Liberty Lake Neighborhood Council.
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Keywords Spokane County, initiative, water quality story, urban, water quality, Urban Waters Initiative, stormwater, pollution
WEB PAGE Liberty Lake Water Quality Improvement Project
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 57 Middle spokane

Liberty Lake Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load